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==Notes & References==
==Notes & References==
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto has, stated in an interview that the extra chapter and Mari's inclusion in it should not be seen as a part of the manga's storyline, stating that it was something he purely did for "fun", comparing the chapter to "fanservice".<ref>https://wavemotioncannon.com/2017/02/21/the-current-status-of-gainax-interview-hiroyuki-yamaga-yoshiyuki-sadamoto-september-2016/</ref> It has been included in the synopses in the interests of completeness for this article.
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Volume 14 is the fourteenth and final edition of Yoshiyuki Sadamoto's manga adaptation of Neon Genesis Evangelion. It is comprised of 5 stages, an epilogue stage, and contains a bonus stage.
Stage 91: Where Light Returns
Stage 92: Birthday
As Instrumentality continues, Gendo lies dying. Yue's soul comes to him and helps him to remember the love he once felt for Shinji. Gendo wishes for his son to live on, redeeming himself before passing away.
Stage 93: Sea of Life
In the Sea of LCL, Shinji, with help from Rei, comes to his sense and realizes that Instrumentality is not what he wants after all.
Stage 94: Palms
Shinji makes the choice to reverse Instrumentality, killing Lilith and setting all souls free.
Stage 95: Thank You ∞ Goodbye
Final Stage: The Journey Begins
Extra Stage: Eden In Summer
The bonus chapter gives us insights into some of the adults' pasts while at Kyoto University in pre-Second Impact 1998. Three of Fuyutsuki's students (and close friends), Yui, Kyoko, and Mari end up discussing Yui's new beau, Gendo Rokubungi and how she found out what was behind his scowl. The chapter ends with Yui's clumsiness, and a touching scene between Yui and Mari before Mari departs for the U.K.
|Volume 1 | Volume 2 | Volume 3 | Volume 4 | Volume 5 | Volume 6 | Volume 7 | Volume 8 | Volume 9 | Volume 10|
|Volume 11 | Volume 12 | Volume 13 | Volume 14|
Notes & References
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto has, stated in an interview that the extra chapter and Mari's inclusion in it should not be seen as a part of the manga's storyline, stating that it was something he purely did for "fun", comparing the chapter to "fanservice". It has been included in the synopses in the interests of completeness for this article.